Lei MOLIN (Berg en Terbijt 1927 - Eindhoven 1990)
Molin’s early work has been influenced by Impressionism. During his Valkenburg period he painted in oil paint, large, abstract canvases in exuberant colours. Karel Appel was a great example. In the 1960s he moved to Amsterdam. He joined the so called: ‘Amsterdamse Limburgers’, of which Ger Lataster was also a member. In Amsterdam he came under the influence of Cobra and minimalism. He limited himself to abstract work, making use of the colours white, black, grey. From the 1980s colours came back in his works and he had a particularly expressive period. There are works by him in several museums.
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- Lei Molin
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- Dimensioni totali
- 81×61×2.5 cm